I used to get bored a lot as a kid.
I’ve left every job I started after 2.5 years or so.
Thankfully when you’re with someone you love in a relationship, the relationship changes with you.
You need to stay connected in order for that to happen.
Otherwise, you might get bored in love.
Stay connected in love by staying connected to yourself emotionally and let your partner know where you’re at.
Far too many growth oriented, ambitious and successful people forget to prioritize their relationships, and wind up growing apart from each other, because the relationship doesn’t change with them, as they don’t give it a chance.
Honestly? I’m starting to get a little bored repeating myself about that.
In fact, I just wrote a blog post that sounded like a lot of the others I wrote, on 5 ways to keep your tank full in your relationship.
I went to save it, and poof!
It’s like the Big U is nudging me to not write something again that I’ve already written.
Because it’s boring me.
There, I said it – certain parts of my business are boring me. I’m allowing that and and sharing it here.
So I didn’t force myself to rewrite the damn thing. I’m writing instead how I don’t want to, and if you want to find 5 ways to fill up your tank in love, scroll through my blog posts, and I’m sure you’ll find them (here’s the cliff notes of what was deleted: gratitude/appreciation, quality time, get over yourself aka empathize with your partner, make sure you each know you’re a priority and emotionally connect by being vulnerable and emotionally invested in each other).
I’ve been speaking on podcasts or telesummits at least weekly, once recently 3 times in a week, sharing my message over and over again:
When you’re stronger in love, you’re better at EVERYTHING you do.
The point of life?
Is to DO what you love. Be with those you love. And as a result, you get to BE love.
What more is there to be?
How do to what you love?
You hear a lot about living your purpose.
What if your purpose feels like it keeps changing?
I heard recently perhaps one of the most freeing things in an audio from David Morelli — in so many words, your purpose evolves with you.
For me, I like to keep things interesting.
So…I am evolving along with you. Changes are underway.
I’m not leaving my partner or my business behind.
I’m nurturing my relationship with each, and honoring myself along the way. My business and relationship adapt and grow alongside me.
How are you honoring you?
Stop doing what you think you should be doing, and start honoring yourself and what YOU need to be doing — no one else knows what that is but you.
You’ll learn as you go, like I’m doing as well.
Let me know how you can show up differently for you in the comments below.
Cheers to thriving in business & love,